Texan Sentenced For Trying To Blow Up Confederate StatueA 26-year-old man was sentenced to more than six years in prison for attempting to blow up a Confederate statue last summer at a Houston park.
Texas School To Auction Confederacy Items After Name ChangeSan Antonio district officials are cleaning out mascot costumes, athletic gear, banners and other memorabilia after removing a Confederate reference from a high school's name.
Council Votes To Remove Confederate Leaders' Names From 2 Austin RoadsThe City Council voted Thursday to change the names of Robert E. Lee Road and Jeff Davis Avenue.
Austin To Rename 5 Schools With Names Tied To ConfederacyFive Austin schools are searching for new names after officials voted to get rid of the current names that have ties to Confederate leaders and soldiers.
News Now: Battaglia Execution, Denton Statue, Monopoly CheatersDo you cheat at Monopoly? If so, there's a new version of the board game just for you. Also, Texas is set to execute child killer John Battaglia tonight, and the fate of a Confederate statue in Denton is being decided today.
Denton County Leaders To Decide Fate Of Confederate MonumentAfter weeks of public meetings and debate, Thursday could be decision day regarding the fate of a statue in Denton with the words "Our Confederate Soldiers" etched in stone.
School Named For Robert E Lee To Be Renamed For African-American School Teacher From DentonThe school will be named after Alice Moore Alexander who taught in Denton for 45 years.
San Antonio's Lee High School Renamed LEE High SchoolA school district in San Antonio voted to rename a high school because of its ties to the Confederacy. Lee High School will be renamed Legacy of Educational Excellence High School -- shortened as LEE High School.
DISD Board Votes To Change School NamesThe four elementary schools are Stonewall Jackson, Robert E. Lee, William Cabell and Albert Sydney Johnson.
Denton County Leaders To Discuss Confederate Statue's FateIt has been just over a week since Dallas leaders had the Robert E. Lee statue removed from a city park. Now, officials in Denton County are considering taking similar action with a Confederate solider memorial.
Board Unanimously Votes To Rename Lee Park In DallasRobert E. Lee Park in Dallas is no more. During a special session on Friday morning, the city's Park & Recreation board voted to rename the Confederate tribute, reverting back to the original name of Oak Lawn Park.
Dallas Resident Petitions For Gaston Avenue To Keep NameDallas resident Sarah Lamb only recently learned that her Gaston Avenue address was named for a captain in the Confederate Army. It is now on a list of 10 streets in Dallas that could be renamed.